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Santa Fe Indian School Prepares for FLOTUS Visit
Santa Fe Indian School Principal Dr. Felisa Gulibert was...
Foodies and Funnies: A Double Header of Native Speakers at SFCC Graduation
Mise en place, the French culinary term for “everything in...
President Obama Honors Native Teachers
President Barack Obama honored two remarkable American...
American Indian College Fund Receives $2.4 Million Grant
The American Indian College Fund will create pathways to...
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Junior Marika Trujillo from Laguna Pueblo has been crowned...
Oklahoma City University President Named Honorary Kiowa Member
Oklahoma City University President Robert Henry was...
Indian Country Education Today
‘Character’ Study: Author Ellen Cushman is Fascinated With Cherokee Writing
Roy Boney Jr.
Roy Boney Jr., who put together a graphic novel for Indian Country Today Media Network about the digitizing of the Cherokee syllabary , sat down with author Ellen Cushman to discus...
Book Strips Away the Myth Surrounding the Cherokee Syllabary
Roy Boney Jr.
The Cherokee Syllabary: Writing the People’s Perseverance— Book Review It was the great Sequoyah (ca...
Indian Country Writer Wins Human Rights Award
Indian Country Today Media Network’s own Vincent Schilling spent some time in the spotlight recently...
Native Languages Bill Takes Another Step Forward
Native American language teaching won a victory March 21 when a bill that would help to preserve tribal languages sailed through an education committee of the Colorado House of Rep...
Sold-Out Conference Draws 1,400-Plus Aboriginal Youth
Martial arts, interactions with elders, community violence and substance abuse topped the youthful aboriginal agenda at a recent conference that drew sellout crowds...
Indian Country Loses Author, Professor and Vet
Robert Hall was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin and grew up with three generations of Stockbridge-Munsee women, so it’s no surprise he became known by his colleagues at the University...
Buffalo Harvest Sparks Dialogue at Colorado College
Indigenous foods were served for the three-day Buffalo Harvest ceremony at Fort Lewis College, where Buffalo Council students hope to institute a self-sustaining food operation as ...
Native Student Publication Holding Water Rights Symposium
Simon Ortiz RED INK: A Native American Student Publication will be holding a fundraiser and water rights symposium tomorrow and Saturday...
South Dakota Tribal Colleges Honor the Drum
South Dakota Tribal Colleges will host the 31st Annual Conference of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) in Rapid City, South Dakota from March 24 to 27 at the ...
Essay Winner Tackles Alcoholism and Represents his Tribe in Washington
Trevin Cole was one of eight Native American students to win the 2011 Young Native Writers Essay Contest, and the only Choctaw Nation student to do so...
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